Initials' fourth release sees contributions from Boola, label co-owner Ste Roberts and an as yet unreleased Analogue Cops remix of INITIALS003 release, DJ Linus' 'K.B's Groove'.The London imprint has so far made all the right moves, with three varied releases that stand on their own as superb works but together as a compact but interesting catalogue thatencompasses a range of takes on house and techno. 'Sampler #One' serves as a neat littleinsight into what the label is about, with nods at what's to come as well as what's gone before. Romania's Boola turns in the first of the three cuts with, 'Ren'tors', an insistent and punchy house groove that carries a chirpy, sliding lead sound to memorable effect. Anotherinteresting yet squarely dancefloor focused cut from the Romanian producer, 'Ren'tors' adds to what is shaping up to be an impressive discography. Initials and Hypercolour A&R Ste Roberts, an artist who has tentatively been taking steps into production with a release for Fear of Flying, displays patience, a deft touch and an acute sense of space with 'Milde Shag' - a dubbed but powerful beatdown in the NY tradition. Finally, a second Analogue Cops interpretation of Dj Linus classic 'K.B's Groove' closes the EP and follows the duo's first take on the previous Initials 12". Restrained, deep tones contrast raw, rough edged drums throughout to make for yet another great slice of imposing Analogue Cops work.